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Supercomputer partly installed in Tianjin

2009-12-26 09:32:27 GMT2009-12-26 17:32:27 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Technician tests Tianhe-1 (TH-1) supercomputer at north China's Tianjin, Dec. 25, 2009. The supercomputer, named Tianhe, meaning Milky Way, is theoretically able to do more than 1 quadrillion calculations per second at peak speed, which was already partly installed in Tianjin.(Xinhua/Liu Haifeng)

Technician tests Tianhe-1 (TH-1) supercomputer at north China's Tianjin, Dec. 25, 2009. The supercomputer, named Tianhe, meaning Milky Way, is theoretically able to do more than 1 quadrillion calculations per second at peak speed, which was already partly installed in Tianjin.(Xinhua/Liu Haifeng)

Technician tests Tianhe-1 (TH-1) supercomputer at north China's Tianjin, Dec. 25, 2009. The supercomputer, named Tianhe, meaning Milky Way, is theoretically able to do more than 1 quadrillion calculations per second at peak speed, which was already partly installed in Tianjin.(Xinhua/Liu Haifeng)

Technician tests Tianhe-1 (TH-1) supercomputer at north China's Tianjin, Dec. 25, 2009. The supercomputer, named Tianhe, meaning Milky Way, is theoretically able to do more than 1 quadrillion calculations per second at peak speed, which was already partly installed in Tianjin.(Xinhua/Liu Haifeng)

Technician tests Tianhe-1 (TH-1) supercomputer at north China's Tianjin, Dec. 25, 2009.

The supercomputer, named Tianhe, meaning Milky Way, is theoretically able to do more than 1 quadrillion calculations per second at peak speed, which was already partly installed in Tianjin.

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